Before I Believe In Man - I Put...


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A Psalm of Trust in God to deliver me from my circumstances,
And a denounce of belief in mankind / mankind systems to deliver us....


Before I Believe In Man - I Put...

“Before I Believe In Man – I Put My Trust And Faith In God”


Before I believe in any man,

My trust and faith is in God,

If you believe in any man,

Then you can give him the nod.

For when I needed to be saved,

And I took a look around,

The help was always there for me,

But yet no body was found.

When disastrous moments found me,

And the worst times reached its prime,

When I thought I would receive no help,

It arrived in the nick of time.

When mankind turn their back on me,

And left me to fend for myself,

Then Our God would come along,

And pour blessing upon my shelf.

When evilness which surrounds me,

Which mankind seems to display,

Attacks from each and every side,

But never reach the dock of your bay.

God is there to shelter you,

And protect you with his shield,

The provider who fills your appetite,

From the Psalters Of The Field.


“Before I Believe In Man – I Put My Trust And Faith In God” (Jeremiah 17:5-18 / Psalms 121)

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If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.